Brass Zippo my kids bought me for Father’s Day ‘00. It is engraved “WE LOVE YOU, DAD” but you can barely read it. And an ‘02 Victorinox Soldier.
If I find my own brass Zippo (not engraved) I could copy your picture!
Interesting topic. Very nice blades and lighters shown.It is minimal November, so I’m carrying Standard. Shown here with my trusty, numbered St Dupond Art Deco and a pack of excellent Ethiopian cigarettes that I’ve been carrying lately in case a cigarette is needed (I’m a very casual smoker, say 1 - 3 per month, so I choose my smokes carefully).(Image removed from quote.)Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
This one was purchased by my inner Beavis and Butthead. The Zippo, too.
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is that red item on the corkscrew that firestarter thing? Have you tried it yet?
Not a Swiss Army but rather the Camilus for the US (1967). I figured a US Zippo and US knife. This knife had a broken opener layer spring and was adapted (rather poorly) to retain the bottle opener and blade. In hindsight it might of worked better to keep the awl and blade since that was the correct spring. I also peened it too tight. But it is better than it was with a broken spring. Hopefully I am not violating a major rule posting a non SAK. (Image removed from quote.)
Was hoping to have this in my Dec. EDC. Did arrive late for that though. Gas lighter apparently made in Austria in ’35 by Princesss for Fiat (dealer or factory, not known).Posing with Vic Grafter:(Image removed from quote.)(Image removed from quote.)Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk